The Commanders pass rush isn't necessarily firing on all cylinders. That's good news for Philadelphia.
The offensive line's job doesn't change from week to week. The goals are familiar. Clear holes for Swift and the other tailbacks in the running game. Keep Jalen Hurts vertical.
Washington's front is scary on paper, but they struggled last week by their standards. They didn't register any sacks, and they only hit Buffalo Bills star Josh Allen once during 32 drop backs. If that happens this week, the Eagles passing attack could have a field day.
A.J. Brown's 131-yard receiving effort is only the
fourth-best effort he has showcased as an Eagles receiver.
Though we're all waiting for A.J. Brown to score his first TD of the season (and even though he is probably eagerly awaiting the same thing), it's hard to deny that he was very impressive in Week 3.
He outshined Tampa Bay Buccaneers star Mike Evans to the tune of nine catches and 131 yards receiving. Get this. That wasn't even close to being his best effort as an Eagle.
Last season, A.J. stacked 155 yards, 156 yards, and 181 yards receiving versus the Detroit Lions, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Chicago Bears respectively. We believe his best games this season are still ahead of him. There's no doubt about it.